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How Intel does 64-bit on 32-bit Android

Intel wants to take the lead in 64-bit Android. This week, it offered some proof of how it's doing that.

By April 5, 2014


Fix 32-bit application crashes in OS X with a Safe Boot

A potential cache corruption may prevent applications from launching after certain OS X updates.

By February 15, 2013


Safari 5.1.5 update improves 32-bit stability

A new update to Safari corrects a problem in which 32-bit mode may cause some Web pages to not function properly.

By March 26, 2012


Adobe drops 32-bit Mac support with Photoshop CS6

Older Intel-based Mac systems are out, even though 32-bit Windows systems will run the software.

By March 26, 2012


Microsoft warns of flaw in 32-bit Windows kernel

Google engineer discloses vulnerability to public security e-mail list one day before a Microsoft advisory and says he told Microsoft about it last June.

By January 21, 2010


64-bit Snow Leopard defaults to 32-bit kernel

Apple's updated OS ships with a number of 64-bit native applications, but Apple's kernel itself defaults to 32-bit, unless the user holds down the "6" and "4" keys during boot time.

By August 28, 2009


Java not working for some applications: Forcing 32-bit mode

We recently wrote about reinstalling Java to correct problems with various applications including Mail and Safari. While this may be useful for some users, Apple has released a knowledgebase article that sheds light on another problem with the latest J

By July 14, 2009


Next Office will come in 32-bit, 64-bit versions

Microsoft confirms that Office 14 will be available in a 64-bit version, a first for the productivity suite and for Microsoft's other mainstream desktop applications.

By April 14, 2009


Is my Intel-based Mac 32-bit or 64-bit?

Java update won't install on Intel Core Duo-based Macs.

By April 30, 2008


Microsoft: Buy 32 bits, get 32 bits free

Firm says buy a 64-bit server with 32-bit Windows Server OS, and you can upgrade free to 64-bit Windows when it arrives.

By July 30, 2004